AQUARIUS Insider User Group.

Aquatic Informatics is a software company. Software is a set of algorithms that take inputs and produce some sort of output based on encoded rules. In order to be most efficient the human machine interface needs to be designed along a work flow of ‘best practice’. The AI user group meeting is one of our primary methods for ensuring that our software both ‘does the right...

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A photo of a rating curve training course.

Photo: Rating curve training course at Canadian River near Konawa , Oklahoma. The author is the genius wearing jeans in 100 F heat. Monty Porter is in the centre wearing the red cap, blue shirt and tan shorts. There may never be busloads of tourists traveling the world to visit places with interesting rating curves but if there were then Oklahoma would be a tourist mecca. I...

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AQUARIUS release 3.3 graphic.

AQUARIUS 3.3 was released last week, and as always we are keen to tell you all about it and help you take advantage of what it offers. Exciting enhancements to the Data Correction toolbox as well as other enhancements to the system make this release of AQUARIUS the most powerful and easy to use data correction solution for producing high quality hydrological data. AQUARIUS 3.3 includes...

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Map with data hotspots.

AQUARIUS 3.1 was released last week on Valentine’s Day, and we are keen to tell you all about it and help you take advantage of what it offers.  Everyone here at Aquatic Informatics cares about the success of our customers, so the Valentine’s theme is perfect timing.  Indeed, we think you’ll love the new system. AQUARIUS 3.1 delivers the most intuitive user experience yet, with a...

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A photo of Ed Quilty, President & CEO – Aquatic Informatics and Robert Mason, Acting Chief – US Geological Survey (USGS).

Ed Quilty, President & CEO - Aquatic Informatics and Robert Mason, Acting Chief - US Geological Survey (USGS) Office of Surface Water at the USGS National Data Conference in Portland, Oregon I’m writing this blog from the USGS National Data Conference in Portland, Oregon, where yesterday the USGS announced that AQUARIUS has been selected as the commercial replacement for the existing Automated Data Processing System (ADAPS),  the core software...

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